Sustainable transition: from words to actions…
- Date: Q4 2020
- Interviewer: Mazars
Start-ups, catalysts for the transition to a low-carbon world
Green transition: from words to acts
In the midst of the ecological movement, combining innovation and ecological transition, the French Green Tech (or Clean tech) has established a real ecosystem that sees the development of many start-ups and innovative SMEs.
With their agility and the support of public entities (the “Greentech” community of the Ministry of Ecological Transition is already rich in 170 start-ups and innovative SMEs), these companies are participating in the in-depth transformation of our society and cover many aspects: energy efficiency, decarbonization of the economy, renewable energies, responsible digital, carbon neutrality, building and sustainable city, circular economy, health-environment or even ecomobility, and many others.
Cross interview with three founders of “green” start-ups: Tēnaka, Mob-Energy and Olenergies
As a follow-up to the series “Ecological transition: from talk to action“, Mazars’ Energy & Environment teams met with three young founders of “green” start-ups.
Tēnaka, Mob-Energy and Olenergies share their vision for a practical, local and measurable energy transition.
- Why this jump into the world of green entrepreneurship?
- There is a real craze and acceleration around the ecological transition, how do you experience it from the inside?
- What is the role of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the transition to a low-carbon world?
- What is your recipe for convincing your clients to invest in green technologies?
Discover our answers through this interview (french)
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